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Canada #CO2 (1950) – 7c Canada Geese Official Plate Block Matched Set VF NH
7c deep blue Canada Geese Near Sudbury airmail, overprinted "G", a matched set of Plate 2 inscription blocks. A difficult set with such choice centring. Very Fine. Never Hinged.
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Canada #FSC20a (1915) – $30 on $1 King George V Supreme Court Law Stamp
$30 on $1 blue King George V Supreme Court Law Stamp, with BLACK overprint, three punch cancels, one near top not punched through, causing small tear beside. A well-centred, scarce revenue.
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Canada 1843 Stampless PAID AT QUEBEC Transatlantic Folded Letter to France
Canada 1843 Stampless PAID AT QUEBEC Transatlantic Folded Letter to France - Stampless folded letter, with contents, rated 2sh sterling or 2sh6d currency, postmarked with TORONTO JA 4 1844 double split-ring, endorsed VIA L'ANGLETERRE, with LONDON PAID 19 FE 1844 tombstone transit, BOULOGNE transit on front, a clean and attractive letter.
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Canada 1844 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC Letter Toronto to Paris FRANCE
Canada 1844 Stampless Transatlantic Letter Toronto to Paris France - Stampless folded letter, with contents, rated 2sh10d sterling for 3sh2d currency, postmarked with clear PAID AT QUEBEC Crown Circle, OC 12 1843 double split-ring dispatch mark at left, LONDON PAID 30 OC 1943 tombstone transit, oval PD handstamp, and BOULONGE 1 NOV transit on front, PARIS and partial LYON arrival backstamps. A lovely early transatlantic letter.
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Canada 1849 Stampless TRANSATLANTIC RETALIATORY PERIOD Folded Letter to Aix France
Canada 1849 Stampless Retaliatory Period Folded Letter to France - Stampless folded letter, with contents written in French, datelined ”Port Dover le 18 février 1849" prepaid to Aix-en-Provence France, Port Dover double split-ring dispatch with manuscript date, manuscript rate 1sh11d (sterling) in red for 2sh/d currency, carried by Cunard Line via Halifax to Liverpool during retaliatory rate period (until mid-May), Brantford, Simcoe, Montreal and French backstamps. The “Retaliatory Period” resulted from a British order of 9 June, 1847, which authorized its receiving offices to collect British packet postage on letters carried to England via subsidized American steamers. The British, whose transatlantic mail monopoly was exercised through the Cunard Line, had operated without competition since 1840, and they were anxious to see this monopoly continue. Through this order, Great Britain could collect 24c packet charges for every inbound letter. The following year, a similar American edict was applied to incoming British mail.
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CANADA Sc #101 (1908) – 10c Violet Quebec Tercentenary VF NH
10c violet Quebec Tercentenary depicting a view of Quebec in 1700, a lovely mint example, exceptionally well-centred. Very Fine. Never Hinged.
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